The Astonishing Tribe Drops a Trio of Live Wallpapers into Android Market [VIDEO]
The Astonishing Tribe has just released three new live wallpapers in the Android Market. Run, don’t walk, to download these. Everything we’ve ever seen out of TAT has been nothing short of incredible. I hate to use the term “astonishing” but that truly is what they are. Everything they do is simply digital gold. Look for Artemia, Retro Pixels, and Blue Range in the Android Market for the awesome price of FREE. Read the descriptions for each below! Oh, there’s also a cool teaser trailer that doesn’t show much, but it’s fun and worth a watch.
- Artemia: Artemia is the beautiful home of glowing creatures. Poke them to make them swim a bit faster or tap on the water to see bubbles. Try catching a glimpse of the largest creature in the ocean! Artemia changes dynamically throughout the day, and it even responds when you charge your Android device.
- Blue Range: This fun loving live wallpaper is full of animals with great personalities. Poke them and see what happens! You can affect land elevation and tilt trees and flowers by moving the phone. Watch darkness fall during the nighttime and don’t miss the cool sunbeam effect while charging your device…
- Retro Pixels: Explore a retro-style pixelated world. Flowers bloom when you receive text messages and calls, leaves fall when you shake the phone, and at night the moon rises. This wallpaper also has four hidden secrets. Will you be able to find them all? And can you really trust the duck?
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